Parker Washington hit the ground running for the Nittany Lions from Day 1. As an 18-year-old true freshman, Washington broke out with a 28% dominator rating while competing with the likes of two highly-drafted NFL players in Jahan Dotson and Pat Freiermuth. He followed up his first year with a strong second season operating as the No. 2 to Dotson. Washington caught 64 balls for 820 yards and four touchdowns (20% dominator rating). 2022 looked like it was going to be Washington's blow-up season with him firmly in the WR1 chair. Still, Western Kentucky transfer Mitchell Tinsley posted his fair share of production to the dismay of Washington enthusiasts. This resulted in an underwhelming final-season 17% dominator rating for the 5-foot-10 and 204-pound WR that ended with an injury. The early-age production works favorably in Washington's favor, but his lack of a massive junior year will likely hurt his draft capital. There's also the concern of him winning on the outside, with the majority of his production coming from the slot while at Penn State. At least he has a somewhat desirable size compared to the rest of the 2023 WR Draft Class. Envision him as a power slot wide receiver based on his thicker build. His 35% broken/missed tackle rate ranks third best in the class.